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Re: “Kingsman: The Secret Service

Raunchy, vulgar, full of swearing and lots of horrible violence blowing peoples heads off. Even a scene suggesting and leading up to anal intercourse. And it would not be complete without a wife beater scene or two.

No not see this movie if you are a family that cares about morals and ethics.

Disgusting waste of money and time.

0 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by nuzphtg on 02/14/2015 at 10:24 PM

Re: “Ain't Afraid of No Feminism

The acting and comedy chops of each actress are more than enough to carry any movie; leave it to the ever sexist / racist liberals to focus on their gender versus their talent.

Pathetic.

5 likes, 6 dislikes
Posted by WAKE-UP-Ds on 07/14/2016 at 5:26 AM

Re: “Equestrian Dreams

Great review for a brilliant film!

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by jj on 06/30/2016 at 5:06 AM

Re: “See Anthony Run

Isn't that why the documentary should be watched? So people can understand what was so very wrong about the entire situation and learn how to better choose our representatives?

Posted by Meg23 on 06/25/2016 at 11:37 AM

Re: “See Anthony Run

Weiner is a loser. He will always be a loser and I don't understand why anyone would bother to make a film about him or even watch a film made about him.

Weiner is the poster-child of what is wrong in politics......

3 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Just Say in.... on 06/12/2016 at 3:23 AM

Re: “Where Are the Women?

Hi, Rachel. I'm the author of the piece above, and while I agree that *Pitch Perfect 2* is far from a great film, there is no way you can say that the characters are "token." They may mostly be fairly stereotypical, but the situation for women onscreen is so bad that even a female ensemble of stereotypes counts as an improvement for female representation! It's really, really rare to see *so many* women in the same movie, and each depicted as individual people. And there are some notable *good* things in the film's depiction of women: there's a fat character who is depicted as sexual and as someone men find attractive, a woman who appears to get her fill of sex and love, and this is not treated as anything unusual. And networking among women is depicted as a positive and necessary thing: the movie features a professional mentoring relationship between two young women — a college senior and a freshman — which is not something we typically get to see onscreen. (I can’t think of another example.)

Movies about women don't have to be perfect: they just have to be about women! And unless you're going to demand that all movies about men *always* rise above stereotypes, it's not reasonable to expect the same from movies about women.

MaryAnn

Posted by MaryAnn Johanson on 05/24/2016 at 8:54 AM

Re: “Where Are the Women?

Why is the picture of the exemplary film to feature women Pitch Perfect? If anything, that film is the perfect example of how films so often feature women in completely token way. It checks off the "having female leads" box without ever having to write truly representative character that is more than a stereotype. I mean, I don't mean to sound like an asshole, but even the Honest Trailer guys think that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-j8XXtwSO0

Posted by Rachel on 05/15/2016 at 11:41 PM

Re: “The Brand Necessities

Wow. I just came from the movie and the exact reaction as the reviewer. What could have been was washed out by nostalgia.

Posted by Kurt Staeuble on 04/15/2016 at 7:34 PM

Re: “Dumbing it Down

and I thunked he was a tall Howard Wolowitz! Whatta Aqua Maroon! lol

Posted by Proactivator on 03/12/2016 at 7:51 PM

Re: “Feel-Good Formula

Why do we celebrate this butthead. His mediocre run at the Olympics was a joke. Other Olympians soared off the lift, while he barely made it off the ramp.

Posted by Tim Haight on 03/04/2016 at 6:49 PM

Re: “Feel-Good Formula

The thing I dislike about these movies is that they claim to be true stories. Half the stuff in them is fictionalized to make them more inspirational and dramatic. They are then pawned off as "true" stories to our low-information society.

Posted by ptleahy on 03/02/2016 at 3:37 PM

Re: “Naughty Bits

it may be time to rethink the four star rating system for movies. ok, a guy gets screwed over, loses everything dear to him, and sets out for revenge. basically the plot of both the revenant and deadpool. while the revenant is a painstaking snooze fest that somehow landed multiple Oscar nominations. deadpool however is a soon to be billion dollar grossing hilarious thrill ride that is pleasing audiences world wide. and yet the both received identical 2&1/2 star ratings from the inlander.
I propose we use a ten star system, and give revenant the 3 stars it deserves, while deadpool is clearly a solid ten star effort!

Posted by Daryn Stewart on 02/28/2016 at 5:55 PM

Re: “The Wages of Sin

LOOKING FOR THE WAYS TO IMPROVE AMERICA

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by RamonaGray on 02/20/2016 at 1:09 AM

Re: “A World of Possibility

So, you're not going to be seeing the film then?

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Ami on 02/13/2016 at 8:17 PM

Re: “Naughty Bits

Yeah, it doesn't, and isn't intended to make fun of a genre. Not sure what gave that impression. Mask? Seriously?

Posted by Brian McDonnell on 02/12/2016 at 6:52 PM

Re: “Don't Forget

Your review had some credibility until the " Guantanamo " reference.

Posted by Michael Kuhn on 01/17/2016 at 3:32 PM

Re: “It Was a Very Good Year

perhaps these were a basement showing on E. Sprague...

Posted by Proactivator on 01/05/2016 at 6:50 PM

Re: “It Was a Very Good Year

To quote a great line from an entertaining movie of yesteryear, "I've seen better film on teeth."

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by whocares on 01/05/2016 at 2:15 PM

Re: “It Was a Very Good Year

What 50 seat theater are these films shown? ........Yawn

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Proactivator on 01/04/2016 at 10:20 PM

Re: “Comeback Fight

I'm I remember it right, I was only three years old when the first of the 345,876 "Rocky" movies came out. Rocky was a 40 year old boxer back then. Now the old Rocky is Mick and Rocky is a black kid from the mean streets of a multi-millionaire life left to him by his famous and wealthy boxing champion father.

A few dozen "Creed" movies, rehashing this tired boxing drama will no doubt keep Stallone in HGH and 'roids until he finally keels over at the age of 95.

Posted by whocares on 12/28/2015 at 12:34 PM

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